No ideas. Take a look at the document you have a figure out where the courthouse is where the "plea agreement" was purportedly reached. Ask the court clerk to pull the file and my guess is you will get to the bottom of the situation.
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The printout does not make any sense. I don't know if the Court clerks messed up or what. If it was dismissed, it should not show up on a criminal background. If it was a civil case, it does not have criminal penalties and should not show up on a criminal background. The three statements are contradictory - guilty plea w/o agreement, guilty plea with agreement, and plea agreement. If no record of conviction, then there was no conviction.
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You don't provide nearly enough information. It is unclear how a case which is "civil in nature" shows up on your criminal background check or how you would have a plea in a civil case. It would not be accurate to show as "Dismissed with Plea Agreement" because if you enter a guilty plea then the case is not dismissed. You either need to provide more information or you need to review the court file with an attorney.
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